Cameron Green again took a low catch (PC: AFP)
New Delhi.Cameron Green caught the catch of England’s Ben Duckett on the third day of the Ashes Test. Greene caught his catch on the ball of Pat Cummins and his catch once again reminded everyone of Shubman Gill. In fact, Green caught Duckett’s low catch by Gully, but this time he avoided committing the mistake he had made in Gill’s catch in the final of the World Test Championship. After which he was even called a cheater.
Captain Cummins gave Australia the first success in England’s second innings. On the fourth ball of the 9th over, he handed his catch directly to the gully in the duck. Green took a very low catch by diving, but this time his catch was very clear. This time when his hand hit the ground, his finger was around the ball, whereas in Gill’s case, his catch could not be cleared.
Green’s catch was not clear
Green caught Gill in the slip off Scott Boland in the second innings in the final. In this catch of his, it was not completely clear whether the ball was also touched when his hand hit the bottom or not. The on-field umpire handed over the decision to the third umpire. Replays were seen for a long time, in which it seemed that even though the ball was in Green’s fingers, some part of it touched the ground as well.
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Even in the replay, Green’s catch could not be cleared and Gill was declared out. Gill had to return to the pavilion on 18 runs. Rohit Sharma was crying for this catch. Although Gill’s catch was not even seen from all angles and he was declared out. After which sloganeering started in the entire stadium regarding Green. He started being called a cheater. Shubman Gill also reacted to this catch on social media, due to which he was also fined.